The studded detailing used for the Salon Armchair exaggerates its original purpose to create a luxurious aesthetic that enhances the seat's simple existence. Studs were originally used to hide the upholstery mechanics behind a piece of furniture's construction, but the Salon Armchair takes it up a notch by using it for purely aesthetic reasons.
Created by British designer Lee Broom, the Salon Armchair has an overall sophisticated presence, though the faceted metal studs, in pale gold and gun metal grey, add an elegant edge that gives it a contemporary vibe. The fine wool fabric softens the overall look and creates an overall balance so that the Salon Armchair can appeal to many.
With its high back and squat legs, the Salon Armchair encourages relaxation without compromising the sitter's potential desire to remain chic.
Simple Studded Seating
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